Kevin Otiende, a close family member told Kenyans.co.ke that Ethan is now back to his normal life. He can eat, walk properly and even go to school comfortably.
In 2018, while playing, Ethan who was only 3 years old fell from the first floor of their building head first, damaging his head badly.
He would later start suffering over 40 violent seizures, prompting them to seek treatment in India for a special operation.
The bill was 5 million and when they wrote a letter to president Uhuru Kenyatta, he sent a cheque through the ministry of foreign affairs in February 2020, the same day he received the letter.
Luckily, the delicate surgery was successful and baby Ethan fitted with a special heart implant to stop the seizure attacks.
Baby Ethan wants to become a footballer when he grows up. We wish him all the best.
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